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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 June 1875

I^J^JH^ ^i^^ The Grange Advance. HEBBE^T, Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN, THE MEWS, Crimea. Thos. W. Pipei, the alleged murderer of Ma llei Young, in Boston was arraigned lor trial on the 25th. A person who passed the Warren street church about the hour of her murder, identified Piper as the man he saw climbing from the belfry window to the ground. Several little girls have stated that Piper has tried to entice them into the church at various times. The prisoner confessed this morning that he was not in his right mind Sunday, but maintains his innocence. The de aulting Boston lawyer has been cap tured. Win. Smith, American seaman, one of the mutineers on board the Schooner JeffersonBar den said on his examination that the Cap tain frequently ill-treated the crew. Their food was bad and insufficient and they were oiten required to work from 36 to 46 hours on a stretch. Owing to his illness the further hearing was adjourned for two weeks, when it is expected the other prisoners wi...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 June 1875

The Brown lattice gate—how dear was its sound, How lightly it swung o'er moss-covered ground, How quickly it shut 'gainst the walk of small stones, "When the school-house was left, and the day's studies done— For the baby and supper we hardly could wait, As we ran with all speed through that brown lattice gate. Thefirtrees above it, how stately and green, The tallest and proudest that ever were seen, And theflowersall along the stone walk that Were brighterthan coral andfresher thandew. And the almond blooms by it—tho' early and late We watched them unfold by that brownlattice gate. A band ot wild younglings, upon it weswung, With a smile on each lip and a jest on each tongue— And Rover—old Rover—came bounding along, To share in the play if not in the sonir And "Qeme"—pet "Geme,"--his one house hold mate, Came up with a leap o'er that brown lattice gate. Ah! the days that came to us, camenever with care, For we knew not that life had a trial to bear, 'Till the hazel eyed baby grew q...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 1 June 1875

SSB WING AND VICINITY. The Farmers' attention is called to the low prices at Harald Sonde's clos ing out sale, 87 Main St., at and below cost. It will last till August, only, so hurry up and set your bargains. Auction! Auction!! In the town of Goodhue, June 24th, two Harvesters, two Reapers, one Sulky Bake, two Fanning Mills, four Plows, one light Wagon, 1 Case Thresher, new, two sets of Bobs, two Seeders, one Mower, Shovels, Forks, Hoes, Harrows, Horses, &c., &c. in a word everything a man wants on a farmjrill be sold to the highest bidder. Terms easy and made known at the place of sale. Sale will commence at 9 o'clock on the farm Lowet and at 2 o'clock on the farm of E. Smith. 3w34 Economy in price, superior construc tion, quick and uniform baking, are some of the good qualities off Charter Oak. I is the best stove on record. C. Smith sells them. Notice. The books of the old firm of Sargent, Roath & Co., were closed May 1st, and G. S. Elwell is authorized to settle the...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

VOL. II. McCORMICK'S Harvesting Machines. THE IMPROVED ADVANCE Is too well known to need an ex tended notice here. It has won for itself a splendid reputation on thou sands of harvest fields, as a com plete Reapei and a complete Mow er THE MCCORMICK A E S E Patuular attention is called to the leier fot raising and lowering the reel, and to the Binder's Plat fo which emauis lei el, no matter what the pitch of the machine may be. It elei ates bttween two aprons, which prei ents shelhn and also pre vents dirt and foul stuff from scatter ing through upon the Iowa stearin Our New RELIABLE Is for those who have large crops and want to cut from fifteen to twenty acres per day. IT CUTS 6 1 2 Feet Wide And will rnn On Any Kind of Ground. OUR IMPROVED PRIZE MOWER Is now made with a. single frame which makes it somewhat lighter than the double frame, and it is warranted as heretofore to cut grass in any condi tion and on any kind of meadow where a pair of horses can be driven. Samples of the a...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

The Grange Advance. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN, THEJfEWS, Crimes. The noted negro shertifof Vicksburg, Miss., was shot in the head, on the 7th, by his white eputy. The wound was thought to be fetal. Horrible crimes are reported in Baltimore and near Omaha—the victims being girls of 18 years, and the perpetrators brutes which are altogether too common now-a-days. It is stated that the thief who stole the package oi bills from the Treasury De partment a few days ago, remains undiscov ered, and General Spinner seems worn out with anxiety. Charges have been made that several banks which sent packages of money to the Treasury have been reported short in their remittance, and the banks required to make up the deficits, but Treasury officers say such discoveries have been rare and the evidence conclusive that the banks had made miscounts. The Secretary of the Treasury has in spected the cash room of the Treasury Depart ment and other rooms where money is bandied, with view o...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

UNCLE SAM'S TREASURY. he Lat Cash Robbery—How he Halt Been Open to Vtsitors •-Former Thefts. (Washington CorresDondencs, June 4th, of Chicago fnter-Ocean.) ALL ABOUT THE AFFAIR. The one topic all through the city is the Treasury robbery. In departmental circles the excitement is very great, and each clerk, and especially clcrkess, has a theory of how,when and why it was done. Of coarse the facts of the discovery have been telegraphed all over the country, and we, who live in the very shadow of the department, know no more about the matter than you Chicago people. The papers this morning are full of hints and assurances that the culprits will be ar rested before night, but I fancy all that is a glittering generality complimentary to the detective force, for the man who was plucky enough to steal nearly $50, 000 in broad daylight, under the eyes of twenty people, would be adroit enough to hold on to it for awhile, anyhow. Every visitor to the Treasury remembers THE CASH ROOM, that spa...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

""***-*£**.-qs/"*-" THE GEA2TGE ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 15. 1875. THE FISHBY WAVE.—We haven't said, because we haven't cared much about the Fiaher Wave" which has seemed so extremely interesting to the St. Paul Dailies. We never took much stock in "waves" any how and es pecially in one that looks aa fishy as the one lately attempted to be raised by the St. Paul Ring of politicians, who arrogantly assume that they have the Divine right to runthe offices and poli tics of Minnesota. We are decidedly of the opinion, that if the good people of this State are such consummate fools as to make it necessary for the politicians at the Capital to run the State politically, that they, the people, had better save their time and mental worry, by constituting Wheelock, Ram sey, Driscoll. Blakely, Fisher, Hall and Bill King, whose many virtues, not withstanding he lives outside of the head center, entitles him to recognition, a board of Directors with power to ap point all State officers. Honestly, ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

EDUCATIONAL. SDttftD BY COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Superintendent's office at the Court House, Red Wing,—over Auditor office. Office hours, Saturdays from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. All communications for this department must be accompanied by the author's real name to seeure insertion. Blanks far Teachers' Contracts. Sehool Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetings and School Registers will now be furnished to District Clerks who apply to the County Superintendent he in of the S Dis trict Clerk a officers will be held in W in in at o'clock A Friday 25th. P. of H. A O N S A E N I O N he next meeting of the County Council, ot trill be held at the Court House in Re Wing commencing at 10 o'clock, a. m., Friday, June 18th. I is desired that every Orange in the County should be fully represented. For the Orange Advanoe. E W I N N E 7. E I O invitation of Worthy Master Smith, the writ er visited Wacoota Grange on the 4t inst. I being their regular meeting, the fourth...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

I&'\ P^PM^H CURRENT NEWS. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. The WAig" a/id Tribunt office at Jackson, Term., was burned Monday morning. Loss $5,000. —Ex-Judge Hubbell, S. District Attorney at Milwaukee, has been sus pended. No successor yet ap pointed. —A fire at Mina'tilean, Mexico, Wed nesday, destroyed property to the value of $400,000, and rendering many families homeless. —A disease known as the "black tooth" has broken out among the swine on the upper Ottawa river, Ont., and proved fatal to a large number of herds. —Ellis, Robinson and Brown, notorious counterfeiters, were on Wednesday, at Madison, Wis., sentenced to the State prison—Ellis for seven years, and Brown and Robinson five years each. —By a boiler explosion at Lee, Mass., Tuesday, in the Smith paper manufactur ing company, two persons were killed and 14 wounded. The mill and surrounding buildings were damaged $30,000. George Johnson, a machinist employed in the manufactory of James L. Haven, Cincinnati, was crushed to deat...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

*i:s^S'SL'9»**5"i.-k^'5- GOD BLESS E FARM God bless! the farm—the dear did farinl j'?' God bless itsejjrery rood, )*-., Where willing hearts and1 sturdy arms Can earn an honest livelihood! Can from the coarse and fertile soil Win back a recompense lor toil. God bless each meadow, field and nook, Begemmed with fairest flowers, And every leaf that's gently shook By evening breeze or morning showers God bless them all! each leafs a gem In nature's gorgeous diadem. The orchards that, in early spring, Blush rich in fragrant flowers, And with each autumn surely bring Their wealth ot fruits in golden showers Like pomegranates on Aaron's rod, A miracle from Nature's God. And may He bless the farmer's home, Where peace and plenty reign No happier spot 'neath heaven's high dome Doth this broad, beauteous earth contain, Than where secure from care and strife, The larnier leads his peaceful Hie. Unvexed by toil and tricks lor gain, He turns the fertile mould Then scatters on the golden grain. A...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 15 June 1875

THE GREATEST OF THEM ALL. A Gigantic Exhibition soon to be Here. As will be seen by the immense advertisements which appear in our columns to-day, we are soon to have one of the largest and most complete shows that is at present on the road. We have been disap pointed and deceived until it is a real source of gratification to feel assured that at last we will have an exhibition worthy of patronage. The Great New York and New Or leans Zoological and Equestrian Ex position, will appear on our princi pal streets on Tuesday, June 2 2d, 1875. In speaking of this great show, we can do no better than quote the following from the Buffa lo (N. Y.) Courier: The Great New York and New Or leans Zoological and Equestrian Exposi tion made its appearance yesterday morning, and its procession command ed universal admiration. The drome, daries, the music car, the numerous dens of wild animals, the brilliant cav alcade, and the now famous Parisian calliope, these and other features which make up the ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 June 1875

VOL. IL m. •aa* A young man named H. Schult, about nineteen years of age, was crushed to death while digging, last week, on the farm of Mr. Judge in Olmstead Co., around, to sink be low the surface of the ground, a large egg shape boulder, by its fall ing on him. The Rochester Grange held a picnic last Zhursday, addresses were made by Hon. I. M. Westfall and Hon. Ebenezer Ayres, Sjtate' Lec turer, P. ofH. A man by the name of Ben Johnson was found nearly dead lying partly in the toad near Dodge Center, one week ago Sunday, who afterward died. His skull was broken and it is supposed that he had been robbed of $8oo. TJie Anti-Monopolists and Dem ocrats in Olmstead County, have been formally divorced. The Anti Monopolists refused to send dele gates to Lib.Dem.Con. at St. Paul, Jujy 7th, and took steps toward ar ranging with all other Antis of the State for a State Convention. It is four political parties that we are to haye this faU: 2£he Reform Party, TJte Liberal Republican Par ty, D...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 June 1875

V&1 WM THE &BAWS ADVANCE. TUESDAY, JUNE 29.1875. Reform. A new party was given a place and name at Minneapolis, last Wednesday. It is christened the Reform Party, and among those that stood sponsers at the christen ing we notice the names of Hon. Horace Austin, Samuel Mayall and other names not unknown in State politics. A full ticket was placed in nomination as follows: For Governor, Prof. R. F. Hum iston, of Worthington, Nobles Co. (an able and educated gentleman, and one of the founders of Worth ington colony, and would fill the office with honor to the State.) Lieutenant Governor, J. B. Tut tle Secretary of State, Col. John Stephens, of Hennepin, former ly editor of the Farmers' Union, and one of the best men in the State, a prominent member of the P. of H. and a man to whom the farmers of the State are under the highest obligations. For State Aud itor, Asa B. Hutchinson, whose world-wide reputation, as a sweet singer, and kind hearted, intelligent gentleman has made his...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 June 1875

EDUCATIONAL. KDITED COUNTY SUPERINTENDEN OF SCHOOLS. Superintendents office at the Court Hf.nsb, Red Wing.—over Auditor's office. Office hours, Saturdays from 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. m. All communications for thi9 department mast be accompanied by the author's real name to seeure insertion. Blanks far Teachers' Contracts. School Treasurer's Bonds, Notices of Annual School Meetings and School Registers will now be furnished to District Clerks who apply to the County Superintendent. Th meeting of the School Dis trict Clerks and officers will be held in Re Wing, commencing at o'clock, A. M., Friday June 25th. Monthly report of school taught in District N 5, in Welch town ship, for the month ending, June 15th, 1875: No. of days taught, No. of pupils enrolled, No. of cases of absence, No. cases of tardiness, Average daily attendance, 2 0 i7 75- 20. 18. O O O N O Mary Rourke, Maggie Rourke, Eddie Rourke, Allie Sully, Carrie Boothroyd, Ross Boothroyd, Frank Boothroyd. A SAMMERS, Teache...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 22 June 1875

''*S. ¥"X" Cir aid Snnde is l*ffc to «ati» f^ the people's curiosity on all DrytSkJOds^priees. 1-2 Price on all Goods, 87 Main Street. FARM FOR SALE. In the town of Featherstone. Nine ty acres under cultivation, and eighty acres of timber. Nine miles from Red Wing, pleasantly situated, in good neighborhood and near the best coun try school house in the County. This farm is known as the Burley tavern, and has good buildings and a splendid well of water, and the land is in a good condition. Title perfect and no in cumbrance. Forfarther particulars in quire on the place or at this office. 37tf E. BURLEY. Auction! Auction!! In the town of Goodhue, July 1st, two Harvesters, two Reapers, one Snlky Rake, two Fanning Mills, four Plows one light Wagon, 1 Ca^e Thresher, new, two sets of Bobs, two Seeders, one Mower, Shovels, Forks, Hoes, Harrows, Horses, Ate, &c. in a word everything a man wants~on a farm will be sold to the highett bidder. Terms easy and made known at the place of sale. ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

.1 VOL. II. 7 RKD WING LOCALS ONFIFTB PACK. CORRESPONDENCE, GllttttiOK, MlKK., JvNI Q4ik. Editor of The Grange Adou,nx: The grasshopper question continues to present many points of vital interest to this and the adjoining counties. The cold and rainj weather which has prevailed here for the last two or three weeks has kept them from doing as much damage as they would if it had been warm and dry. The bounty plan works admirably in counties adjoining "this, and if it had been commenced early enough, would have resulted in the complete extermination 6f these pests. In one day, June 22d, eighteen thou sand pounds were brought in, weighed and buried, in New Auborn, and fifteen thousand pounds were brought into Henderson. Two thousand pounds were caught in the same day by ope man, which at two cents a pound paid well for one day's work. The quanti ties of hoppers which are brought in, pass all comprehension, as every man, woman and child, who have time, are out with bags and sheets, catch...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

The Grange Advance. B. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN THE NEWS, Crimes. It is feired at Washington that the troubles on the Texas border may involve the United States and Mexican governments in^aj^lous difficulties. |'H' Horace Holcomb was lately arrested inflndi ana, charged with stealing $100,000 Worl&bt goods from merchants at Auburn, N. Y.X^'^W 'en The trial of W- S. King forperjury, hasc set for the October term. Kansas City has a minister named Johnston who sedu?ed his twin step-daughters, aged 16, and married one of them three months af ter his wife's death. Boss Tweed was released from the peniten tiary on a writ of habeas corpu°, and re-arrest ed on a civil warrant lor §6,000,000, and put in the city jail. He requires bonds to the amount of $3,00O,00OJ&»jgecure his freedom. Casualties. A violent tornado and lightning storm pass ed over the northeistern part of Quincy, 111., on the 14th instant, continuing from 8 till 10 o'clock. A large number ol houses w...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

The Grange Advance. B. E E Editor. ST. PAUL AND REDWING, MINN THE NEWS. Crimes. It is feired at Washington that the troubles on the Texas border may iavolve the United States and Mexicaj governments in serious difficulties. Horace Holcomb was lately arrested in: Indi ana, charged with stealing $100,000 worth ot goods from merchants at Auburn, N. Y. The trial of W* S. King for perjury, has been get for the October term. Kansas City has a minister named Johnston who sedu.'ed his twin step-daughters, aged 16, and married one oi them three months af ter his wife's death. Boss Tweed was released from the peniten tiary on a writ of habeas corpu«, and re-arrest ed on a civil warrant tor $6,000,000, and put in the city jail. He requires bonds to the amount of 33,000,000 |o secure his freedom. A negro who committed a'rape^ia Hancock county, 111., was taken from jail and hanged, on the 26th. Casualties. A violent tornado and lightning storm pass ed over the northeastern part of Quincy, 111., ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

•SHHP f-J ,* 1 POETRY. UNDER THE DASIES. It is strange what a great deal of trouble we !-*take, What sacrifice most of us willingly make, How the lipa will omite though the heart may ache, And we bend, to the ways of the world ior the salte*^ Of Its*poor'andscanty praises, And time runs on with such pitiless glow That ourJives are wasted before we know ,: What work to finish before we go To out long rest under the dasies. And too often we fall in a useless fight: For wrong is so often iu the pi ice ot right, And, toe end is so far beyond our sight— 'Tjs as one starts on a chase by night, An unknown shade pur»ning. Even so.do we see, wheu our race is run, That of all we have striven for little is won. And ot all the work Our strength has done, How little was worth the doing. So most of us travel with very poor speed, Failing in thought where we conquer deed Least brave the hour of greatest need, And making a liddle that tew may read Of our poor life's intricate mazes. Suoh a labyrint...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Grange advance. — 29 June 1875

POETRY. UNDER THE DASIES. It is strange what a great deal of trouble we take, What sacrifice most of us willingly make, How the lips will emile, ache, though the heart may And we bend to the ways of the world lor the sake Of Its poor and scanty praises, And time runs on with such pitiless glow That our lives are wasted before we know What work to finish before we go To our long rest under the dasies. And too often we fall in a useless fight: For wrong is so often in the pi ice ot right, And the end is so iar beyond our sight— 'Tis as one staits on a chase by night, An unknown shade pursuing. Even so do we see, when our race is run, That of all we have striven for little is won. And ot all the work our strength has done, How little was worth the doing. So mo&t ot* us tram with yeiy poor spfed, Failing in thought where we conquer in deed Least brave the hour of greatest need, And making a liddle that lew may read Of our poor life's iutncate mazes. Such a labyrinth of right and wi ...

Publication Title: Grange Advance, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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